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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishMontmartreMont‧mar‧tre /mɒnˈmɑːtrə $ məʊn-/  an area of northern Paris on a hill, which is famous for the large white church of Sacré Coeur and for its bars, restaurants, and nightclubs, including the moulin rouge where the 19th century artist Toulouse-Lautrec did paintings of the dancers and singers. In the late 19th and early 20th century many artists lived and worked there. Now it is popular with tourists.
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